NEWS

Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Claudio Marchisio admits Champions League qualification is “more and more difficult” after a 2-1 defeat to Real Madrid.
Real Madrid goalkeeper Iker Casillas saw the 2-1 win over Juventus as “a big step” towards qualification.
Antonio Conte “had to laugh” at the refereeing decisions, but saw a good Juventus performance against Real Madrid.
Real Madrid Coach Carlo Ancelotti was impressed by Juventus and “surprised” at the change of tactics.
Paul Pogba believes Juventus “could’ve earned a draw” against Real Madrid if Giorgio Chiellini hadn’t been sent off.
Carlos Tevez insists Juventus should “not blame the referee” after a controversial 2-1 defeat to Real Madrid.
Cristiano Ronaldo scored a brace, but also got Giorgio Chiellini harshly sent off as an impressive Juventus fell 2-1 to Real Madrid.
Juventus director Beppe Marotta backed Antonio Conte’s radical changes against Real Madrid, but sees “mental fatigue.”
Juventus change system to mirror Carlo Ancelotti’s Real Madrid in the Champions League this evening.
Federico Balzaretti credited Rudi Garcia with Roma’s amazing start. “Since he arrived we all believe in this group.”
President Silvio Berlusconi’s “tactical suggestions” were behind Milan’s 1-1 draw with Barcelona, claimed his daughter.
Vladimir Petkovic insists he is focused on Lazio’s game with Apollon Limassol, accusing the media of “creating stories to sell papers.”
Vincenzo Montella claims Fiorentina’s poor first half against Juventus was because their “minds were on Pandurii” and the Europa League.
Lazio’s lawyer is “not totally satisfied” with UEFA’s decision to close only the Curva Nord against Apollon Limassol due to racist chanting.
Mario Balotelli has not suffered any repercussions after his return to action for Milan last night.
Francesco Bardi’s agent has confirmed that Barcelona and Manchester City are interested in his client.
Palermo striker Abel Hernandez has claimed that he wants to stay at the club and fire them back to Serie A.
Genoa defender Giovanni Marchese has claimed that his side will be up against ‘the strongest in the League’ on Sunday.
Riccardo Montolivo and Valon Behrami have come together to try and eradicate racism in football.
Urby Emanuelson has questioned Barcelona’s dominance in possession against Milan last night.
Jose Maria Callejon has insisted that last night’s win over Marseille was ‘important’ for their hopes of Champions League qualification.
Fernando Llorente could be a January transfer target for Arsenal, at least according to stories in the British Press.
Reports in the Italian Press this afternoon suggest that UEFA have reversed their decision to close Lazio’s Stadio Olimpico.
Torino have underlined their desire to extend the contract of Danilo D’Ambrosio – a player who could leave on a Bosman in the summer.
Italian giants Inter are the latest club to be showing an interest in Verona revelation Jorginho.
A win for Juventus at Real Madrid would make them a serious contender for Champions League victory this season, says former midfielder Emerson.
Fabio Cannavaro says Juventus’ ability in midfield could be the decisive factor at Real Madrid on Wednesday.
Atalanta will face Sampdoria this weekend without the services of Giacomo Bonaventura and Stefano Lucchini.
Stefan Radu has returned to the Lazio squad for this week’s Europa League trip to Apollon Limassol.
Juventus are still favourites for the Serie A title, says former Fiorentina and Milan ace Manuel Rui Costa.
Nico Lopez is confident Udinese can end Roma’s 100 per cent record in Serie A this season when the two teams meet this weekend.
Daniele De Rossi is paying no attention to the Scudetto statistic which has put Roma in pole position to win the championship.
Juventus idol Alessandro Del Piero has spoken to AS on the eve of his former club’s Champions League exam at Real Madrid.
Carlos Tevez believes Juventus need to win at least one of their upcoming games against Real Madrid in order to progress in the Champions League.

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